CINCINNATI - Lincoln Heights may be the next Cincinnati neighborhood to acquire robo-speed cameras.
The village manager told 9 On Your Side's I-Team she's worked out a deal with Optotraffic to bring the speed cameras to the village.
That is the same company whose ticketing procedures have led to problems in Elmwood Place with hundreds of tickets being thrown out.
The Lincoln Heights village council will vote on the deal Thursday.
If approved, the cameras will be in place Feb. 1.
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